After Mike Locksley left Alabama for Maryland, the Crimson Tide were in the market for a new offensive coordinator.
Many expected QB coach Dan Enos to get a look for the job, but on Friday morning, it was reported that big-name programs like Georgia and Miami were also considering Enos.
Then, later Friday morning, it was reported by AL.com’s Matt Zenitz that Enos is indeed expected to leave Tuscaloosa and take the Hurricanes’ offensive coordinator job:
Dan Enos is expected to be hired as Miami’s OC, per sources https://t.co/8dL1hdNewO
— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) January 11, 2019
Yahoo! Sports writer Pete Thamel also had the news:
Source: Dan Enos is the new offensive coordinator at Miami.
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) January 11, 2019
That’s a big loss for the Crimson Tide, who may now have to look outside the program for a new offensive coordinator. Now, Nick Saban faces a pivotal decision, as he’ll have to replace not only QB Tua Tagovailoa’s offensive coordinator, but also his position coach.
Stay tuned, folks.